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2015 YUMA EVENTS
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APRIL

Historic Walking Tours of downtown & the riverfront with Steve Cook sponsored by Yuma County Historical Society. Every Tuesday or for groups at other times by special arrangement. There is a charge, proceeds go to local historic preservation, call 928-287-3879 for details and to reserve.

 Arizona Marketplace Farmers Market is every Thursday through Sunday from 9  a.m. to 4 p.m. at 3351 South Avenue 4E until April 12th.  For more info, call 928-328-1088

April 16 (Arizona Western College) 
8th Annual Sustainability Fair 
The fair will feature a display of various hybrid vehicles, a fashion show of recyclable clothing, food vendors, music and much more.  This event is open to the public and there is no charge to attend.  For more info, call 928-317-7611.  

April 16 (Community Christian Church) 
Blood Drive 
All blood types are needed with type O-negative always in greatest demand.  Blood Drive begins at 10 am. and closes at 2 p.m. To make an appointment, call 1-877-827-4376 or visit www.BloodHero.com.  

April 16 (Sanguinetti House) 
Yuma Archive Discoveries 
What are you curious about in Yuma history?  Get an insider’s look into the vault of information in the Arizona Historical Society’s Archives, chronicling people and places in Yuma’s past.  Librarian Laurie Boone will share anecdotes of discoveries uncovered within the archives, which are now open to the public.  Tickets to this event are included in the admission to the museum.  For reservations, call 928-782-1841.  

April 16 (Main Library) 
Post-It Art 
Teens are invited to come learn how to use colored Post-Its to create wall art.  There is no charge to attend and the creating begins at 4 p.m.  For more info, call 928-782-1871. 

April 16 (AWC Massage Therapy Center) 
AWC Massage Therapy Open House 
All are welcome to attend the AWC Massage Therapy Open House and Info Session at 5 p.m.  There will be light refreshments, demonstrations from program students and alumni, as well as an informational session for prospective students and an introduction to program changes.  For more info, call 928-317-6056 or email massagetherapy@azwestern.edu

April 16 (Yuma Territorial Prison) 
Yoga on the Guard Tower 
Join a yoga class on the iconic guard tower of the Yuma Territorial Prison.  Classes will be on Thursdays at 5:45 p.m. until April 16th.  The cost is $10 for a single class.  For more info, call 928-257-8496.  

April 16 (Yuma Palms Village) 
Village Jazz Series – Gila Ridge and Yuma High Schools Jazz Bands 
The jazz ensembles of Gila Ridge and Yuma High Schools share an evening of great music.  Come hear the energy and excitement of some truly outstanding young musicians!  Event begins at 6 p.m., is free, open to the public of all ages and attendees are encouraged to bring their own seating.  For more information, visit www.YumaJazz.com/village/.  

April 16 (Foothills Library) 
Stargazing 
The library’s Astronomy group will meet at 7:30 p.m. and the public is welcome to join.  Bring lawn chairs, binoculars and telescopes.  The Friends of the Foothills Library will also provide telescopes.  There is no charge to attend.  For more info, call 928-342-1640.  

April 17 (Foothills Library) 
International Poetry Circle 
To celebrate National Poetry Month, the Foothills Library invites you to an International Poetry Circle at 11 a.m.  Bring your favorite poems from around the world and take a chance on learning a new language.  For more info, call 928-342-1640.  

April 17 (Julieanna’s Patio Café)
Jazz Nights at Julieanna’s
Celebrating America’s Art Form, this performance will feature the Yuma Jazz Company Quintet from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m., and is presented by Julieanna’s and KAWC.  For more information, visit www.YumaJazz.com and for reservation info, call 928-317-1961.

April 17-19 (Yuma County Fairgrounds)
Prison Hill Motorcycle Run  
For 54 years, this event has worked to address the needs of children. This event is open to all motorcycles, but you don’t have to ride one to support the event.  For more info, call 928-726-4420 or visit www.yumaprisonrun.info.  

April 17-19 (Tamarack Center) 
“Cagebirds” 
AWC Theatre presents “Cagebirds” by David Campton and directed by Daniela Ayala, about six lost souls who re-run their daily routine until a new thought is introduced.  Saturday performances are at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday is at 2:30 p.m.  Admission is $5 or free with your AWC ID.  For more info, contact Ann Wilkinson at 928-344-7592.  

April 18 (Picacho State Recreation Area) 
Earth Day Restoration and Cleanup 
Volunteers are needed at Picacho State Recreation Area for the 17th California State Parks Foundation Earth Day Restoration and Cleanup.  This is a free event beginning at 8 a.m.  Individuals, groups or businesses interested in volunteering should register at www.calparks.org/earthday or call 1-888-98-PARKS.  

April 18 (West Wetlands Park) 
Castle Costume Run 5K 
Join NEXGEN as they present the Rebuild the Playground 5K Fundraiser.  This event is for children and adults, and everyone is encouraged to wear a costume.  As a walk/run, the route is stroller friendly.  Cost is $10 for adults and $5 for children 17 and under.  There will be live local bands and a DJ.  All proceeds will help create an even better Castle Park.  The race begins at 8:30 a.m.  For more info, email Brian Goth at g-bash845@hotmail.com.  

April 18 (Main Library) 
Main Library Book Club 
The Main Library Book Club will meet at 10 a.m. to discuss The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton.  All are welcome to attend and there is no charge.  For more info, call 928-782-1871. 

April 18 (Downtown Yuma) 
Candy Chemistry for Kids 
Yuma ROCKS is hosting a Candy Chemistry session in Downtown Yuma at 224 Main Street.  This class is for school-aged kids and meets at 10 a.m.  Pre-register at www.YumaRocks.blogspot.com and the cost is only $10.  

April 18 (San Luis Library) 
Family Movie 
Families are invited to the San Luis Library for a screening of “The LEGO Movie” at 10:30 a.m.  There is no charge to attend.  For more info, call 928-627-8344. 

April 18 (Yuma Civic Center) 
Baby Shower and Kids Expo 
El Dorado Broadcasters invites everyone out to this year’s Yuma Baby Shower and Kids Expo!  This is a free event and is open to all who would like to see what’s new with baby stuff, especially expecting or new moms.  The Baby Shower is from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.  For more info, call 928-344-4980. 

April 18 (Pivot Point Conference Center)
2nd Annual Cancer Education Symposium 
Join YRMC as they partner with leading oncology experts to provide inspiration, advanced education and the opportunity to explore new technology in the fields of cancer and genetics.  The Symposium begins at 11:30 a.m.  Registration is $20 and includes lunch.  For more info and to register, visit www.YumaRegional.org/Symposium or call 928-336-1865.  

April 18 (Main Library) 
Anime Club: Japanese Rain Dolls 
Teens are invited to watch anime and create your own Japanese rain doll.  There is no charge to attend and the fun begins at 12 p.m.  For more info, call 928-782-1871.  

April 18 (The Hills)  
Women on the Front Line 
Women on the Front Line will celebrate the 2nd annual awards with a recognition luncheon to honor Yuma women who have made a difference in the Yuma community.  The Keynote Speaker will be Senator Lynne Pancrazi.  All proceeds will benefit The Center for Empowering Young Women, a safe house for girls ages 13-18.  For tickets or other information, call 760-235-8412, 928-920-0587 or email womenonthefrontline18@gmail.com.   

April 18 (Foothills Library) 
Dot Art 
Join instructor Daniel Wallace at the Foothills Library for DOT art at 1 p.m.  Paint supplies and stencils will be provided, but bring your own clothing or accessory to decorate.  There is no charge to attend.  For more info, call 928-342-1640. 

April 18 (Heritage Library) 
Family Movie 
Families are invited to attend a special screening of “The Book of Life” at 2:45 p.m.  There is no charge to attend.  For more info, call 928-783-5415.  

April 18 (Yuma Territorial Prison) 
Fort Yuma Rotary’s 2nd Annual Penitentiary Pint Fest 
Come and enjoy samples of many great craft brews from all over the southwest and enjoy live entertainment by Knucklebone.  This event begins at 3 p.m.  For more info, email fyrpintfest@gmail.com

April 18 (Historic Downtown) 
ARTbeat 8
Visit this outdoor, juried art show that features local and regional artists working on a variety of media. All art will be for sale.  There will also be live music.  This event begins at 4 p.m. and is free and open to the public.  For more info, call 928-373-5202.

April 18 (Quartermaster Depot) 
Fairy Party 
This event is for kids up to 12 years old.  Don your best Fairy costume and join the Fairy Party!  There will be train rides, custom balloons, dinner, crafts and visit the Fairy Godmother.  Pre-registration is required and each fairy and each fairy fee is only $20.  For more info, visit http://www.yumaaz.gov/parksandrec or call 928-373-5200.    

April 18 (Desert Sun Stadium) 
Frontera United Open House 
This family-friendly event invites everyone out to watch an inter-squad exhibition game between the players who are trying out for the team.  This will be a great way to get a feel of our area’s new soccer field.  Gates open at 6 p.m. and there will be food and drinks available for purchase.  

April 19 (Yuma Civic Center) 
14th Annual Spring Fashion Show 
Celebrate cancer survivors by attending this fashion show, produced by Yuma County Breast and Cervical Cancer Coalition, RCFBH and Dillard’s.  Tickets are only $25 and the show begins at 2 p.m.  For more info, call 928-276-3414 or 928-627-9222.  

April 20 (Smucker Park) 
Walk a Mile in Their Shoes 
The Yuma County Victims’ Rights Committee is sponsoring a local event “Walk a Mile in Their Shoes.”  This event will educate you on what you can do for crime prevention, emergency response, victim support and courtroom advocacy.  There will be food and refreshments available and info booths with local service providers.  Bring your friends and family out to this free community event.  For more info, call 928-817-4300.  

April 22 (Sanguinetti House Museum and Gardens) 
Red, White and Blue Ice Cream Social 
This is the final month featuring the “Above and Beyond: Arizona and the Medal of Honor Exhibit” at the Sanguinetti House.  In honor of the exhibit, come and enjoy a refreshing treat in the Sanguinetti Gardens at 1 p.m.  Tickets to this event are included in the cost of admission into the museum.  For more info, call 928-782-1841.  

April 22 (Main Library) 
Earth Day Celebration 
Teens are invited to celebrate Earth Day with a private screening of Disneynature’s “Earth” documentary.  There is no charge to attend and screening begins at 3 p.m.  For more info, call 928-782-1871. 

April 22 (Heritage Library) 
Family Earth Day 
Families are invited to attend an earth-art event by making mini planet earths from simple household items, including shaving cream.  There is no charge to attend.  For more info, call 928-783-5415.  

April 23 (Yuma Palms Village) 
Village Jazz Series – Cesar Juarez Jazz Band 
Based in San Luis, Arizona, the Cesar Juarez band blends an engaging mixture of Latin and funk styles with jazz.  Event begins at 6 p.m., is free, open to the public of all ages and attendees are encouraged to bring their own seating.  For more information, visit www.YumaJazz.com/village/.  

April 23 (Foothills Library) 
Stargazing
The library’s Astronomy group will meet at 7:30 p.m. and the public is welcome to join.  Bring lawn chairs, binoculars and telescopes.  The Friends of the Foothills Library will also provide telescopes.  There is no charge to attend.  For more info, call 928-342-1640.  

April 24 (Foothills Library) 
The Achuar of the Pastaza River 
Yuma biologist and author Dr. Joanne Mowczko will speak about her stay with the Achuar, an indigenous tribe in the Amazon rainforest at 2:30 p.m.  Artifacts, photos and videos will be on display, as well as Dr. Mowczko’s book The Achuar of the Pastaza River.  For more info, call 928-342-1640.  

April 24-26 (Tamarack Center) 
“Cagebirds” 
AWC Theatre presents “Cagebirds” by David Campton and directed by Daniela Ayala, about six lost souls who re-run their daily routine until a new thought is introduced.  Saturday performances are at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday is at 2:30 p.m.  Admission is $5 or free with your AWC ID.  For more info, contact Ann Wilkinson at 928-344-7592.  

April 25 (YMCA) 
YMCA Healthy Kids Day 
Fun for the whole family, members and non-members!  There will be games, competitions, performances and many more activities for kids and adults alike.  This is a free event that begins at 9 am. and ends at noon.  For more info, call 928-317-0522. 

April 25 (Carver Track and Field) 
Youth Sports Expo  
Children ages 2-12 are invited to come out to enjoy some fun in the sun.  Boys and girls will compete at each sporting event while experiencing new sports exhibitions and novelty games.  Pre-registration is $5 or $10 on-site.  For more info, call 928-373-5000 or visit the Parks and Recreation counter at City Hall. 

April 25 (Downtown Yuma) 
Candy Chemistry for Kids 
Yuma ROCKS is hosting a Candy Chemistry session in Downtown Yuma at 224 Main Street.  This class is for school-aged kids and meets at 10 a.m.  Pre-register at www.YumaRocks.blogspot.com and the cost is only $10.  

April 25 (Foothills Library) 
Paper Crafting 
Teens are invited to the Foothills Library and learn about paper crafting.  Instruction will be available about origami, paper airplanes, collage and much more.  There is no charge to attend and the Crafting begins at 12 p.m.  For more info, call 928-342-1640.  

April 25 (YMCA) 
YMCA Healthy Kids Day 
Fun for the whole family, members and non-members!  There will be games, competitions, performances and many more activities for kids and adults alike.  This is a free event that begins at 9 am. and ends at noon.  For more info, call 928-317-0522.  

April 25 (Yuma Civic Center)
Relay for Life  
For more info, call 928-373-5040. 

April 25 (Foothills Library) 
Paper Mache Sun 
Children of all ages are invited to the Foothills Library at 1 p.m. for craft experiments and fun!  Learn about and explore the sun by making one of your own.  There is no charge to attend.  For more info, call 928-342-1640.  

April 29 (San Luis Library) 
Dia del Nino 
The San Luis Library will be hosting a Kids Art Exhibition in honor of Dia del Nino, at 3 p.m.  All are welcome and there is no charge to attend.  For more info, call 928-627-8344. 

April 29-May 1 (San Luis Library) 
Haunted History Marathon 
Teens are invited to bring friends and enjoy snacks while watching the best episodes of “Haunted History.”  Each day’s marathon begins at 3:30 p.m. and there is no charge to attend.  For more info, call 928-627-8344.  

April 30 (Main Library) 
Dia del Libro 
Families are invited to attend a special story time at 10 a.m. when storyteller Enrique Feldman will read Giraffes Can’t Dance.  Afterwards, enjoy activities and goodies.  There is no charge to attend.  For more info, call 928-627-8344. 

April 30 (Somerton Library) 
Dia del Libro 
Families are invited to attend a special story time at 1 p.m. when storyteller Enrique Feldman will read Mi Abuelo el Luchador (My Grandfather the Wrestler).  Afterwards, enjoy activities and goodies.  There is no charge to attend.  For more info, call 928-627-8344.  

April 30 (San Luis Library) 
Dia del Libro 
Families are invited to attend a special story time at 4 p.m. when storyteller Enrique Feldman will read Mi Abuelo el Luchador (My Grandfather the Wrestler).  Afterwards, enjoy activities and goodies.  There is no charge to attend.  For more info, call 928-627-8344.  

April 30 (Yuma Palms Village) 
Village Jazz Series – Yuma Jazz Company and Friends 
Ending the Village Jazz Series on a traditionally high note, the acclaimed local quintet will perform with some surprise guest artists.  A great time will be had by all and the Series will be capped off with the awarding of the Village Jazz Series Jazz Scholarship!  Event begins at 6 p.m., is free, open to the public of all ages and attendees are encouraged to bring their own seating.  For more information, visit www.YumaJazz.com/village/.  

 

 


MAY 

 

Historic Walking Tours of downtown & the riverfront with Steve Cook sponsored by Yuma County Historical Society. Every Tuesday or for groups at other times by special arrangement. There is a charge, proceeds go to local historic preservation, call 928-287-3879 for details and to reserve.


May 1 (Solano’s Ice Cream) 
Family Ice Cream Party 
Solano’s is celebrating their one-year anniversary with a big party that is open to the public.  There will be raffles, face painting, balloon art, kids’ crafts, as well as food from Papa Murphy’s, Farmhouse and more!  The very first “The Hill” Sundae Challenge will also take place at this event!  Festivities begin at 5 p.m. and proceeds will benefit the Crossroads Mission.  For more info, call 928-783-0624. 

May 1 (San Luis Library) 
Haunted History Marathon 
Teens are invited to bring friends and enjoy snacks while watching the best episodes of “Haunted History.”  The marathon begins at 3:30 p.m. and there is no charge to attend.  For more info, call 928-627-8344.  

May 1 (Historic Down Town)
Cinco de Mayo Menos Cuatro
All are invited to this Cinco de Mayo themed block part, from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.  Live music, great food, family fun, face painting and many adult beverages will be available.  For more info, call 928-373-5028.

May 1-2 (4644 W. 23rd Lane) 
Yard Sale Fundraiser 
A giant Yard Sale is being hosted to benefit a local boy fighting a bone marrow disorder.  Donations for this giant yard sale are being accepted up to the Yard Sale date.  To donate call Jessica at 402-202-1789 or Michelle at 928-210-7104.  Or, drop off your donations at Hand in Hand Preschool.  The Yard Sale will be May 1st and 2nd at 7 a.m. 

May 2 (FTS Automotive) 
Yuma Pinewood Derby Race 
Build your own pinewood car and enter it into the Race!  There will be food and fun for the whole family and proceeds are to benefit the Crossroads Mission.  The Races begin at 9 a.m.  For further details about entering this event, call Carlos Paredes at 928-539-9000 extension 400.  

May 2 (Main Library) 
2nd Annual Yuma County Library Comic-Con 
There will be free comics every hour, fan panels, a cosplay competition, games, a zombie shooting range and 2 very special guests!  This event is free and open to all ages.  For more info, call 928-782-1871. 

May 2 (Old Town Wine Cellar) 
Yappy Hour 
Enjoy an evening of wine tasting, appetizers and friends for a good cause.  This event is $25 per person or $40 per couple and all proceeds go to Planned Pethood.   Please RSVP to Rene at 928-920-1769.  

May 2 (Historic Yuma Theatre) 
Orchestral Classics 
Yuma Orchestra Association proudly presents “Orchestral Classics” at 7 p.m.  This is an event for the whole family, with performances by the String Ambassadors and the Civic Orchestra, conducted by Janet Jones and Kathy Younker.  Tickets are on sale now at the Yuma Art Center, $5-$15.  For more information, call Janet at 928-246-6715, Kathy at 928-246-2726 or visit www.YumaOrchestra.org.  

 May 2-3 
2nd Annual Yuma Xterra Tri2Unify   
Tri2Unify is back for the 2nd Annual Xterra Triathlon.  With cycling, running and swimming, there are courses for all fitness levels.  For more information and to register, visit www.tri2unify.com

May 13 (San Luis Library) 
Make It & Take It 
Teens are invited to get artsy with supplies provided by the library.  Your creation is yours to keep or display on the library’s wall of art.  For more info, call 928-627-8344.  

May 16 (Main Library) 
Main Library Book Club 
The Main Library Book Club will meet at 10 a.m. to discuss A Visit from the Goon Squad by Jennifer Egan.  All are welcome to attend and there is no charge.  For more info, call 928-782-1871.

May 27 (San Luis Library) 
Make It & Take It 
Teens are invited to get artsy with supplies provided by the library.  Your creation is yours to keep or display on the library’s wall of art.  For more info, call 928-627-8344.  

May 29 (Lutes Casino) 
Lutes Summer Jazz Series 
Lutes Casino will again be hosting the Yuma Jazz Company Quintet along with guest performers.  Grab dinner and enjoy some great live music at the same time.  This memorable event will be from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.  For more info, call 928-782-2192.  

 

 

JUNE

 

June 6 (Historic Yuma Theatre)
Summer Movie Mania
This Saturday Kids Movie  is “Big Hero 6” and begins at 2 p.m.  This event is free and open to the public.  For more info, call 928-373-5202. 

June 12 (Lutes Casino) 
Lutes Summer Jazz Series 
Lutes Casino will again be hosting the Yuma Jazz Company Quintet along with guest performers.  Grab dinner and enjoy some great live music at the same time.  This memorable event will be from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.  For more info, call 928-782-2192.  

June 13 (Historic Yuma Theatre) 
Summer Movie Mania 
This Saturday Kids Movie is “Despicable Me 2” and begins at 2 p.m.  This event is free and open to the public.  For more info, call 928-373-5202.  

June 18-20 (Historic Yuma Theatre) 
Summer Performance Series – “The Sunshine Boys” 
“The Sunshine Boys,” by Neil Simon, is presented by the Yuma Art Center and the Yuma Community Theater.  All performances begin at 7 p.m.  Admission is only $10 per person and is reserved seating.  For more info, call 928-373-5202. 

June 20 (Main Library) 
Main Library Book Club 
The Main Library Book Club will meet at 10 a.m. to discuss Kindred by Octavia Butler.  All are welcome to attend and there is no charge.  For more info, call 928-782-1871.  

June 20 (West Wetlands Park) 
Summer Movie Mania 
This Saturday Kids Movie is “Dolphin Tale” and begins at 8:30 p.m.  This event is free and open to the public.  For more info, call 928-373-5202. 

June 25-27 (Historic Yuma Theatre) 
Summer Performance Series – “The Sunshine Boys” 
“The Sunshine Boys,” by Neil Simon, is presented by the Yuma Art Center and the Yuma Community Theater.  All performances begin at 7 p.m.  Admission is only $10 per person and is reserved seating.  For more info, call 928-373-5202. 

June 26 (Lutes Casino) 
Lutes Summer Jazz Series 
Lutes Casino will again be hosting the Yuma Jazz Company Quintet along with guest performers.  Grab dinner and enjoy some great live music at the same time.  This memorable event will be from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.  For more info, call 928-782-2192.  

June 27 (Colorado River) 
Territorial River Regatta 
Beginning at 8 a.m., this family-friendly float down the Colorado River through the historic Yuma Crossing.  See website for map of drop-off and takeout points. For info call 928-343-1715 or visit www.caballeros.org.  

 

 

 

JULY 


July 4 (Desert Sun Stadium) 
All-American BBQ & Fireworks Spectacular 
Fourth of July fireworks return to the City of Yuma for 2015 with the All-American BBQ & Fireworks Spectacular.  There will be food vendors, games, kids entertainment, face painting, life music and much more!  The event begins at 4 p.m. and the cost is only $5 per family or $3 per individual.  For more info, call 928-373-5021. 

July 9-11 (Historic Yuma Theatre) 
Summer Performance Series – “Men are Dogs” 
“Men are Dogs,” by Joe Simonelli, is presented by the Yuma Art Center.  All performances begin at 7 p.m.  Admission is only $10 per person and is reserved seating.  For more info, call 928-373-5202.  

July 10 (Lutes Casino) 
Lutes Summer Jazz Series 
Lutes Casino will again be hosting the Yuma Jazz Company Quintet along with guest performers.  Grab dinner and enjoy some great live music at the same time.  This memorable event will be from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.  For more info, call 928-782-2192.  

July 16-18 (Historic Yuma Theatre) 
Summer Performance Series – “Men are Dogs” 
“Men are Dogs,” by Joe Simonelli, is presented by the Yuma Art Center.  All performances begin at 7 p.m.  Admission is only $10 per person and is reserved seating.  For more info, call 928-373-5202. 

July 24 (Lutes Casino) 
Lutes Summer Jazz Series 
Lutes Casino will again be hosting the Yuma Jazz Company Quintet along with guest performers.  Grab dinner and enjoy some great live music at the same time.  This memorable event will be from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.  For more info, call 928-782-2192.  

July 24-25 (Historic Yuma Theatre) 
“Disney’s Mulan, Jr.” 
This musical is presented by the Yuma Art Center’s Infinite Imagination Youth Theater.  All performances begin at 7 p.m.  Admission is only $5 per person and is reserved seating.  For more info, call 928-373-5202. 

July 25 (Historic Yuma Theatre) 
Summer Movie Mania 
This Saturday Kids Movie is “The Lego Movie” and begins at 1 p.m.  This event is free and open to the public.  For more info, call 928-373-5202.  

 

AUGUST


August 1 (Historic Yuma Theatre) 
Summer Movie Mania 
This Saturday Kids Movie is “Guardians of the Galaxy” and begins at 2 p.m.  This event is free and open to the public.  For more info, call 928-373-5202. 

August 7 (Lutes Casino) 
Lutes Summer Jazz Series 
Lutes Casino will again be hosting the Yuma Jazz Company Quintet along with guest performers.  Grab dinner and enjoy some great live music at the same time.  This memorable event will be from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.  For more info, call 928-782-2192. 

August 21 (Lutes Casino) 
Lutes Summer Jazz Series 
Lutes Casino will again be hosting the Yuma Jazz Company Quintet along with guest performers.  Grab dinner and enjoy some great live music at the same time.  This memorable event will be from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.  For more info, call 928-782-2192.  

 

 

 

 

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